Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    0 / -8   City Forecast

People's Daily Online>>Opinion

Everyone loses when US candidates bash China (4)

By Wen Xian (People's Daily Overseas Edition)

19:34, December 06, 2011

Some U.S. media have pointed out that aggressive speeches may attract public support during the election campaign but will eventually get burned. The intensifying anti-Chinese sentiment has brought damage to China-U.S. relations. No matter who wins the 2012 U.S. presidential election in the end, the winner will pay the price for his extreme speech and have to set out to repair China-U.S. relations eventually.

Mitt Romney recently said, "We can't just sit back and let China run all over us... People say, 'well you'll start starting a trade war.' There's one going on right now, folks!" Robinson said after citing these words that he has had a completely different experience in China, and believes that China and the United States are interdependent as the two largest economies in the world and it is unwise to say one country "runs all over" other countries.

Having figured out what is behind the escalated anti-Chinese argument, we ought to watch the performance of American politicians from a distance without anxiety. It is most important for us Chinese to share common goals, eliminate all interferences, including U.S. politicians' performances and do everything possible to seek development. This is the top priority for China.

【1】 【2】 【3】 【4】

 
 
 
 
We Recommend
 
 
 

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:姚春)

Related Reading

Leave your comment7 comments

  1. Name

Fred Jansohn at 2011-12-07202.129.80.*
Let’s see if we have this right: Unless America does the “running-over”, it is not alright for one country to “run over” another country. It seems it’s now fashionable in the USA to bite the hand that feeds you while enjoying the reassuring benefits being extended by the very same hand. The reality is that in today’s economic climate where would the USA be without Chinese investment and trade? Where would Europe be? Where would the rest of the Asia-Pacific region be? Where would the many Third World countries be that have benefited, or will benefit, from their relationship with China? To destroy a fundamentally sound relationship based on ill-conceived paranoia for short term political gain is unwise and, in the end, self-destructive. As this article observes, during his (or her) term of office whoever gets elected next President of the USA based, in part, on an anti-Chinese platform, will have to abandon that platform if the US is to survive the economic storms looming on the horizon. In so doing the President will be obliged to demonstrate to those Americans who elected him that China is not a force for evil, and that American interests are best served by a broadening of the mind and an acceptance of China as an equal on the world stage.
Anthony at 2011-12-0799.251.111.*
Perry and Romney are examples of "white trash".
Eric Walton at 2011-12-07174.6.21.*
I have to agree that when the US Bashes China everyone loses.
PD User at 2011-12-0767.253.5.*
Please don"t judge all Americans by the quality of the candidates we currently have running for office. I would also ask that you not make the same judgment for the quality of our members of Congress. I am heartened by the fact that you understand the pressures that President Obama is enduring in his efforts to provide the quality of leadership that this country so desperately needs. You may take umbrage at some of President Obama’s remarks on fair trade. I understand. But, you’ll be taking more than umbrage if he doesn’t win this election. It’s either that or prey for a dark horse candidate who at least knows when our Revolutionary War was fought.
Jhony Cheung at 2011-12-07114.79.2.*
Just compare what has the Chinese government do to reduce unemployment, and what the American government do. Compare others in reducing poverty, support green tech, etc.It will make the American people envy on Chinese.
  

Selections for you


  1. Drama artists perform Chinese opera

  2. Mysterious land at end of world - Antarctica

  3. Traditional festivals

  4. Santa Claus is coming to town

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. Can US-Pakistan ties survive current crisis?
  2. Old bear does not dance to Western tunes
  3. China can play critical role in reshaping global order
  4. Falling yuan funds make room for RRR adjustment
  5. Global chaos offers hints of new world order
  6. Playing the anti-China card
  7. Chinese wind power has great potential
  8. 'Diplomatic war' may escalate conflicts
  9. ASEAN benefits from China's WTO entry
  10. Chinese schools need to tune in and chill out

What's happening in China

Helping poor kids realize their dreams

  1. Wealth gap "widely felt" in China
  2. Beijing most expensive city in country
  3. China to adopt a tighter air quality index
  4. 11 students injured in S China school bus crash
  5. BJ-SH high rail suspended for malfunction

PD Online Data

  1. Yangge in Shaanxi
  2. Gaoqiao in Northern China
  3. The drum dance in Ansai
  4. Shehuo in Baoji City
  5. The dragon dance